The Marine Biological Reserve of Woodland, north of the island of Santa Catarina, is the point most coveted southern coast of Brazil.
Since it was reopened to visitors in 1997, after seven long years of prohibition, the Fed gives the woods a show of diversity and preservation. Parade in the waters catarinenses rare corals, sponges, zoanthids, seahorses, brothers, butterflies, fish, barracuda, lobsters, turtles, fish-trobetas, stingrays, ciliaris, crabs, jellyfish, Salem, whiting, marimbaus, grouper, fish, bat.
Formed by the islands of the woods, Wales, and Desert Pebble St. Peter’s, the site is one of the only marine biological reserves in Brazil and has a beautiful area covered by tropical forest vegetation.
Is sought for diving by great biodiversity and the presence of rare species to extinction as sea turtles, yellow sponges, gorgonians, or even the stingray and dogfish. In the region there are several diving schools that offer diving with a complete security and professionalism to provide an unforgettable experience.